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Prime Minister will not revoke Article 50, despite petition

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Prime Minister will not revoke Article 50, despite petition

Prime Minister will not revoke Article 50, despite petition

The Prime Minister “will not countenance” revoking Article 50 despite a public petition calling for the Brexit deadline to be cancelled passing 2 million signatures.

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